TITLE

Linearized model collision operators for multiple ion species plasmas and gyrokinetic entropy balance equations

AUTHOR(S)
Sugama, H.; Watanabe, T.-H.; Nunami, M.
PUB. DATE
November 2009
SOURCE
Physics of Plasmas;Nov2009, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p112503
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Linearized model collision operators for multiple ion species plasmas are presented that conserve particles, momentum, and energy and satisfy adjointness relations and Boltzmann’s H-theorem even for collisions between different particle species with unequal temperatures. The model collision operators are also written in the gyrophase-averaged form that can be applied to the gyrokinetic equation. Balance equations for the turbulent entropy density, the energy of electromagnetic fluctuations, the turbulent transport fluxes of particle and heat, and the collisional dissipation are derived from the gyrokinetic equation including the collision term and Maxwell equations. It is shown that, in the steady turbulence, the entropy produced by the turbulent transport fluxes is dissipated in part by collisions in the nonzonal-mode region and in part by those in the zonal-mode region after the nonlinear entropy transfer from nonzonal to zonal modes.
ACCESSION #
45515261

 

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